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Bette Comes Up Roses

Broadway's 1959-60 season, though not a high-water mark in the vanished heyday of the book musical, brought The Sound of Music, Fiorello!, Carol Burnett in Once...

A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 30, 1953

You may have seen the picture on this page before, although it never actually appeared on a TIME cover. It was a movie prop used in the film A Woman of...

Milestones, Dec. 13, 1976

Married. Elizabeth Taylor, 44, buxom film actress, and John William Warner, 49, former Secretary of the Navy; she for the seventh time (her former husbands:...

The Theater: The Comic Spirit

In her very first try at the stage, when she was a college freshman, Rosalind Russell confidently expected and got the leading role. Cast as St. Francis...

Alec's Irish Roz

A Majority of One (Warner). A Jewish comedian once remarked that Jewish humor is universal: it can be understood in all five boroughs of New York City. This...

Stars: Voyage of the Southern Breeze

Frank Sinatra cannot help it. His protests notwithstanding, he does things the noticeable way. Tired after a recent concert tour, Frank announced that he...

Cinema: Momma

Gypsy. "Hold yer hats an "hallelujah!" the burlescuties used to bellow, "Momma's gonna show it to ya!'' Momma in the present instance is Rosalind Russell, and at...

People: Dec. 22, 1967

Ask 22 different celebrities for ideas on how to decorate a Christmas tree, and what do they send? Twenty-two different personal plugs, that's what. Hallmark...

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